Occupied WB, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) carried out on Wednesday morning a large-scale campaign of arrests across multiple districts of the occupied West Bank towns and cities, during which the forces detained 14 Palestinians.
Local sources reported that the IOF detained five citizens, including ex-prisoners, from the city of Nablus.
The sources said that the IOF broke into a number of the city’s neighborhoods and detained three ex-prisoners named Yasser Manna, Marwan Estitia, and Fadel Al kurdi, as well as they detained youth Jihad Awartani while passing a mobile military checkpoint between Ramallah and Nablus.
The sources added that the IOF broke into Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus, and detained Maafeya Hanini, after raiding on and ransacking the house of his family.
As of Talkarem, the IOF detained brothers Yousef, Mujahid, and Leith Helmi Abu Khalil from Attil town, northwest of the city.
In Ramallah, the IOF detained Abdullah Rummaneh from Qaddura Refugee Camp, and Ali Hamed from Silwad town, north-east of the city. Moreover, the forces detained Islam Al-hidami from Surif town, northwest of the city of Hebron.
Also, the IOF broke into the house of the ex-prisoner Laith Wassef Al Ashqar in Seida town, northeast of Talkarem, and broke into the houses of the ex-prisoners Hani Shafiq Jaradat and Anad Abu al-Khair in Al Silat al-Harithiya village, northwest of Jenin.
in addition, the IOF broke into several houses in Bayt Rima town, west of Ramallah, and others in Jalazoun Refugee Camp, north of the city, that led to the eruption of confrontations which caused suffocation cases among Palestinian people.
In turn, the IOF announced that the forces detained 14 Palestinian people during raids into the West Bank on suspicion of being participated in acts of resistance against the Israeli soldiers and settlers.
Israeli occupation forces routinely carry out arrest raids in the West Bank. Around 40 percent of Palestinian men living in the occupied territories have been detained by Israel at some point in their lives.